First national safeguarding conference hosted by the National Board marks a significant milestone on the safeguarding journey: Archbishop Eamon Martin.
Ian Elliott, CEO of the NBSCCC, discusses how a ‘one church’ approach to safeguarding was fundamental to the development of the NBSCCC and how their ‘Standards’ document serves as the template for all church bodies in Ireland.
Ian Elliott, CEO of the National Board for the Safeguarding of Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland discusses the seven Safeguarding Review Reports on 5th September 2012.
The Visitation to the Dioceses was carried out in the four Metropolitoan Sees during the first few months of 2011. The final report on these findings Summary of the Findings of the Apostolic Visitation in Ireland was released recently.
How can people who suffer abuse be enabled to survive - from the French sur vivre - to live on top of, over and above their stories of trauma and begin to flourish? - asks Barbara Glasson.
A resource to organise prayer services of reparation and repentance to atone for the crimes of clerical sex abuse. This booklet was put together by Father Kevin Scallon CM.
106 pp. Darton Longman and Todd Ltd. To purchase this book online go to www.dltbooks.com
THE BOOK“Not for the faint-hearted. For those who want to support survivors of abuse in practical ways, walking the Lenten journey with Beth Crisp is a great place to start. Confronting and challenging, this [...]
As it did with the Ryan Report, the Columba Press has recently produced an excellent collection of responses to the Dublin/Murphy Report. Ed. by John Littleton and Eamon Maher
Tony Flannery CSsR writes that the fallout from the sex abuse scandals has had a traumatic effect on priests, who feel isolated, vulnerable, and wonder who will stand up for them if they are falsely accused.